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Oct 5, 2012 6:00am PDT
: professor ken rigby is one of australia's leading authorities on bullies. on this day, he's been invited to lead a class addressing the issue. he gets the students to give their opinions on why bullying happens and how they can stop it. >> what might he do? what might he say? >> stop? >> stop. yes. what else? >> go and look for someone? >> go and look for? >> a teacher. >> a teacher. yeah. you're bringing the staff in. >> reporter: professor rigby says that standards play a key role in stopping bullies. >> the research does show that 50% of the time the bullying stops. but when they do say something, then the bullying is likely to stop. >> you can prevent that by staking out someone or notify someone else about it. so it's an easy way to get rid of it and prevent it in the future. >> i think that they took the matter very seriously, came up with sensible suggestions. if they are keen on trying to do something about bullying, that can make a massive difference. >> most u.s. states have enacted laws against bullying so educators there are taking a different approach. nhk world's kazuo sasa
KCSMMHZ
Oct 8, 2012 5:30pm PDT
: professor ken rigby is one of the leading thourts on bullying. he's been asked to lead a class addressing the issue. he gets the students to give their opinions on why bullying happens and how they can stop it. >> what might he do? what might he say? stop. yes. what else? you look for a teacher. yeah. >> reporter: professor rigby says bystanders play a key role in stopping bullies. >> the research showed 50% of the time the bullying stops. when they do say something, then the bullying is likely to stop. >> notify someone else about it. it's the easy way to get rid of it, prevent it in the future. >> i think that they took the matter very seriously, came up with sensible suggestions. if they are keen on trying to do something about bullying, that can make a massive difference. >> most u.s. states have enacted laws against bullying. so educators there are taking a different approach. here's the view from new jersey. >> reporter: in new jersey, a new anti-bullying law took effect from september 2011. under the state law is bullying reserved, school staff are to look into it immediately, noti
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